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Jan 7, 2010 9:00am EST
want you to be the next united states senator from the state of connecticut. we're going to do everything we can to help you. he was very encouraging and very supportive. i am very proud to have this opportunity to possibly follow senator dodd in the united states senate. >> looks like it could be a pretty crowded race. your potential republican opponent linda mcmahon has already spent about $5 million. here's what she told matt lauer this morning on the "today" show. >> i'm prepared o spend what it takes to win. i'm going to fund the campaign because i'm able to do that. i didn't want to take any special interest or pac money. when the money i've earned i'm spending and putting forward to win this race. >> just how tough a race do you think this is going to be and how expensive? >> i've never taken pac money and i have rejected all special interest money because i have stood strong and taken legal action against many of those special interests, pharmaceutical drug companies when they overcharge our consumers or market it off-label. insurance companies when they deny coverage t
Jan 4, 2010 9:00am EST
in his regular criminal trial, as if he was an arsonnist citizen of the united states. >> but you're not willing to make a statement about what you think the u.s. should do in terms of any military presence inside yemen? >> i know what we're doing inside of yemen, and that is going to be a decision that general petraeus will make. we will be continuing to look at what the intelligence community is doing. that is our job and, obviously, we're not going to be talking about what the intelligence agency can or has done and will do in yemen. >> senator bond, we do appreciate you taking the time to talk to us. happy new year, sir. >> thank you so much. happy new year. >>> and a developing story out of afghanistan today, where four u.s. troops have been killed in a roadside bombing. nato reports the attack took place in the southern part of the country, but didn't give any further details. they are the first u.s. casualties reported in afghanistan in 2010. >>> also developing now, in a pakistani courtroom, five americans have denied they were plotting terrorist attacks when they were arr
Jan 5, 2010 9:00am EST
all that often in the united states. that unlocked version could cost as much as $530 which would make it one of the most expensive phones in the marketplace but we're wondering when google will reduce that price for consumers. a lot of key strategies here that will be unveiled by this company and everyone is wait to go see what google will do as far as handsets are concerned. >> silicon valley bureau chief jim goldman, thanks for the update. >>> coming up, president obama is making changes to the government's terror watch list. we'll talk with mary schiavo for the department of transportation about those changes. plus, reaction to the "vanity fair" cover unveiled yesterday featuring tiger woods. certainly not what a lot of people are used to seeing. and a dramatic new discovery in outer space. no, it's not et but it is out of this world. fancy feast appetizers. [dinner bell chimes] high quality ingredients like wild alaskan salmon in a delicate broth, without by-products or fillers. fancy feast appetizers. celebrate the moment. but we're also in the showing-kids- new-worlds business.
Jan 6, 2010 9:00am EST
. >> and another reason that the united states really has its hands full, when it's looking at planes that are coming in from other countries. thanks so much. we appreciate it, tom. >> okay. >>> now, after bearing the brunt of the president's anger after the christmas day terror plot, security chiefs say they got the message. fix the way information is shared before it's too late. meeting with top 20 officials, president obama reportedly cut to the chase, telling them the missed warning signs amounted to a potentially disastrous screwup. the president refused to accept the excuse that the intelligence didn't add up. >> now, i will accept that intelligence by its nature is imperfect. but it is increasingly clear that intelligence was not fully analyzed or fully leveraged. that's not acceptable and i will not tolerate it. >> nbc's savannah guthrie is live at the white house for us. now, agencies have been dealing with this problem of intelligence sharing since 9/11. how does the white house plan to force the necessary changes now if it hasn't happened yet, billions of dollars and eight
Jan 8, 2010 9:00am EST
instructor. something in yes, ma'men al qae desire to launch an attack on the united states, is that a fair read? >> it is, david. two weeks after the failed bombing attempt we have a report disseminated to the american people giving some good detail in a narrative as to how this bombing attack almost was successful, remarkable. working with democratic white houses, you never get something turned around that fast so i think that's pretty impressive. i think a reminder we have talked for a long time, david, about intent versus capability. al qaeda's attempt we've always understood but what is the capability and now we're seeing al qaeda in the arabian peninsula, the most robust affiliate of al qaeda sevcentra has the capability to project power into our homeland. that was a wake-up call to the administration, to the intelligence community. even though they had all the pieces, i don't think they believed they could do it and that's why they're more focused on the threat in the region. >> as far as some of these recommendations, i mean, the president said yesterday that there needs to be clear
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